Spurs are still squatting at Wembley because their new stadium is behind schedule. Has anybody yet theorised that this could be due to a shortage of EU tradesmen following the steady Brexit-induced exodus taking place? [I have no evidence to support this theory, but does that really matter any more?] In any case, Chelsea visit the Home of Football for tomorrow’s evening game. The Model suggests this one will be close, and 1-1 (13%) is the most likely outcome.
Wolves have looked better than 11th position in the league so far. The visit of Hudderslfield to Molineux gives them a chance to push themselves higher up the table. The Model gives Wolves a 52% chance of winning this fixture, with a forecast scoreline of 1-0 (20%).
The table below gives the rest of the Model’s forecasts:
- The Forecast scoreline, with the % chance of that happening
- The % chance of a win by the Home team, P(H), or Away team, P(A) (with one hundred minus those two numbers giving the % chance of a draw
|Manchester Utd||Crystal Palace||1-0||13||58||18|
|West Ham||Manchester City||0-2||14||21||53|